Mike McCarthy might find it impossible to pass on Vince Young’s talent when it comes time for the Green Bay Packers coach to pick his No. 2 quarterback, even given Young’s limited knowledge of the offense.
Working from a limited play list against the Seattle Seahawks on Friday night, Young took a big step toward beating out Graham Harrell for the No. 2 quarterback job in the Packers’17-10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks at Lambeau Field.
Whatever his shortcomings as a pure passer, the 30-year old Young demonstrated the athleticism that can turn a bad play into a good one, and probably made himself the front-runner to back up Aaron Rodgers. In his two series, Young ran for 39 yards and put up a touchdown and 130.7 passer rating.